FAQ: Did Capital Resorts Buy Spm Resorts?

Who owns Capital Vacations?

Jason Shroff is the Founder and CEO of Capital Vacations. Travis Bary is the Chief Operating Officer of Capital Vacations.

Who bought Summerwinds?

Capital Vacations acquired Summer Winds Resorts, the center piece of the acquisition is Stormy Point Village, an elite rated resort based in Branson, Missouri. The acquisition includes Stormy Point Village, a premier, Interval International Elite-rated property, as well as a Stormy Point Lakeside.

Who owns national hospitality?

Myrtle Beach, S.C.-based vacation-ownership company National Hospitality Group named Travis Bary, a former EVP with Wyndham Vacation Ownership, as its new COO.

What are capital Resorts?

Capital Resorts™ develops, sells, finances vacation ownership interests, provides property management service to property owner associations and develops vacation ownership resorts.

Who owns stormy point?

We are excited to announce that we have acquired Summer Winds Resorts, a Branson, Missouri based vacation ownership developer. This acquisition brings Stormy Point Village, a 200 unit Elite-rated resort with 2-, 3- and 4 bedroom cottages situated on Table Rock Lake into the Capital Vacations family!

Is capital vacations the same as capital Resorts?

Capital Resorts Club rebranded as Capital Vacations Club in December 2018 following the acquisitions of SPM and Defender Resorts. Today, Capital Vacations Club has 60+ destinations and over 200,000 owners who continue to fall in love with everything their program has to offer.

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How do I unload my timeshare?

Looking to Get Out of a Timeshare? Here’s How to Do It Legally

  1. Call the developer.
  2. Rent it out.
  3. Sell it on the resale market (expect to take a hit).
  4. Gift it to a friend, family member or stranger.
  5. Stop your payments (but expect consequences).
  6. Avoid scams.

How does a timeshare work?

Legally speaking, a timeshare is a way for a number of people to share ownership of a property, usually a vacation property such as a condominium unit within a resort area. Each buyer usually purchases a certain period of time in a particular unit. Timeshares typically divide the property into one- to two-week periods.

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